Goldie Hawn spilled the tea on her son's manhood on "Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen" in hilarious detail.The "Snatched" actress and costar Amy Schumer were guests on the Bravo series Thursday night, when the host asked about Oliver Hudson's bare booty Instagram photos.While most mothers might avoid the question, Hawn proved she's not like regular moms -- she's a cool mom -- and not only talked about his behind, but took it a step further.While Hawn was game for anything, Schumer had a hard time playing Plead the Fifth.I contacted Ranier Maningding, the innovator behind the wildly popular blog The Love Life of an Asian Guy, and he described in detail the bullying that he's experienced as a result of being an Asian-American male, and how he's overcome it.He said that during his early years the bullying centered around his racial and cultural differences.A recent Pew Research Center study revealed that while 36 percent of Asian-American female newlyweds married outside their race, only 17 percent of Asian-American male newlyweds did so.
Up first: "What's the rudest thing you've done in the bedroom?Even the Pick-Up Artist community is flooded with products designed to help men with what they call “inner game” issues.But for all for all of the times we wrestle with issues of deservedness or a scarcity mentality, there are certain areas where men are just especially vulnerable." "Well it was when I saw that a guy had an uncircumcised penis and it was too big and I went, 'Peace! "I was like, I'm not going to be deformed because I had sex with you once.That's what 'Get Out' She was then asked to play a round of Shag, Marry, Kill with a trio of male comedy mentors -- Jerry Seinfeld, Chris Rock and Louis CK -- and to reveal the most "offensive or bizarre thing a male comedian has said" to her. Hawn and Schumer's film, "Snatched" is now playing in theaters.